Yes, the real-time scan will detect it.
"By default, compressed or archive files, such as ZIP files, are not scanned in real time. F-Secure's antivirus products scan the archive files automatically once you attempt to extract or execute their content."
If you're unsure, first test with the Eicar files mentioned in the link I posted. You can test an executable file "eicar.com", a zip file including the eicar file, nested archives(a zip file including another zip file that includes eicar.com).
Or the coolest: you can create an eicar file yourself using a text editor.
To see the full path to the file:
From the scan results window, try right click on the "infection" and then select Properties...
I'll try this, the next time F-secure finds the virus
It has a "DeepClean" function.
Thanks to everyone who wrote messages and tried to find answers.
I tried a couple of solutions, but none of them worked, and others were too complicated (in my opinion).
Yesterday I decided to re-install Windows 8.1. First 8.0, then updates and then on to 8.1. All is clean now.
Regards, Aike van der Hoeff
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